Cabinets represent a key decision when remodeling your kitchen. Especially what kind of cabinet. Pre-fab? Customized? Or, true custom cabinets. Before you spend one nickel, be sure you’re making an informed decision about what kind of cabinet is right for you. Just to be clear, we recommend true custom cabinets for reasons you’ll read about […]
Three 500-year floods in three years are why house raising is on the minds of many Houstonians. The fact is if you flooded once you’re likely to flood again. Your choices? Hope for the best, sell and move, or have your home lifted above potential flood levels. When, as is the case in this story, […]
This is a story about a Mueller metal building that’s bigger on the inside than it is on the outside. That’s because of what’s done within its walls. It’s also because of how it came to be. Mueller Lends A Helping Hand Every year, Mueller Inc. seeks out a deserving non-profit organization in Texas […]
You’ve found a tenant for your rental property. That’s where the work begins. Houston 4 Lease’s Bruce Lessey explains and shares how he makes sure the properties he manages are well treated by tenants.
Galvanized pipes don’t age gracefully. What starts out as low water pressure or rusty colored water can quickly lead to pinhole leaks. While repiping seems an obvious choice, epoxy pipe restoration is safer, quicker, and longer lasting repiping alternative—even if the pipes in your home are older than you are. Repiping Alternative: Epoxy Pipe […]
Maintaining your property is part of owning a home. One great way to keep it looking new is pressure washing away dirt and mildew. Doing it right means avoiding 5 common mistakes that could cause more harm than good to your home. 1. Pressure washing with too much pressure Too much pressure is probably […]
It helps keep you warm. It’s a prominent feature of your home. It’s also frequently forgotten. Your chimney—and the fireplace at its base. That’s what makes a chimney inspection a matter of life and death. “If you don’t use your fireplace it never dries out,” warns Lee Roth with Lords Chimney. “And, in Houston […]